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LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO IS PARTING OUT OR HAS A DRIVESHAFT BEARING ( CLUTCH SIDE ) FOR A LATE 80S EARLY 90S POLARIS INDY 500. THANKS!
 

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LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO IS PARTING OUT OR HAS A DRIVESHAFT BEARING ( CLUTCH SIDE ) FOR A LATE 80S EARLY 90S POLARIS INDY 500. THANKS![/b]
lol are you serious man why not just spend the 15-20 and get a NEW one
 

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lol are you serious man why not just spend the 15-20 and get a NEW one[/b]
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There is no point replacing a shot bearing with a used one when they only cost like 20 bucks.
 

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Yea i did replace the one side bearing ( $14 ). The side that i need i was told is $50- $65. You let me know where the hell u go and shop.
 

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Yea i did replace the one side bearing ( $14 ). The side that i need i was told is $50- $65. You let me know where the hell u go and shop.[/b]
Just Checked my Royal Distributing Catalogue and it said ...

04-160-010R $17.95
 

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I had that part replaced when I did my track (just because it was a good time). And my local guy replaced it and put it on (put more screws it in too) for $20......If its like mine was, it has the piece that holds it in with allen key screws.

(#36 in this http://parts.polarisind.com/images/1925%5C1925037A.gif this is a diagram for 91 500, this was also the same setup as my dads 86 indy we did)
 

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I had that part replaced when I did my track (just because it was a good time). And my local guy replaced it and put it on (put more screws it in too) for $20......If its like mine was, it has the piece that holds it in with allen key screws.

(#32 in this http://parts.polarisind.com/images/2884%5C2884B011.gif )[/b]
both your drive shaft and jackshaft have the collared bearing on the PTO side of your machine,the Mag side uses plain ole 6205s just like your idler wheels some less a seal on 1 side
 
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